As it is a poem of Innocence, the poet only deals with a simple thought.
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This is also a soft, smooth, and childish poem.
He also observed the parish starting charity day schools for poor children in which the students got better education than their more prosperous peers, the children of tradesmen.
Thus, Blake wrote in Songs of Innocence about how the parish sent foundling children to the country to be cared for by nurses—foster mothers.